Incorporating actual metal strain characteristics into strength calculations
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A description is given of experimental results obtained on monotone loading, sign-varying, and nonisothermal plastic deformation, and also creep. The main attention is devoted to the effects of anisotropic work hardening in brief tension and compression and to creep. The method is given for processing the experimental data to obtain parameters for models for the anisotropic plasticity and creep.
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